About Newcomer Funeral Homes in Syracuse

Our funeral home is modern and fully accessible, with no stairs to climb. When you visit us, you will be greeted by our caring and responsive staff, who will be there for you every step of the way.

You can have a beautiful funeral or cremation service at our chapel, or we can assist you in holding a service at your church or other location.

Recent Reviews

I could not have planned and made this difficult time for me any better than New Comer. What an absolute beautiful tribute to my mom. Everything done with respect and integrity. Michael made sure the obituary read how I wanted online and memorial video was added (absolutely beautiful video). 
~ Stacy   H. - 9/23/2016
Our family was highly satisfied, and it made the day more bearable because of the competency of Newcomer. I would not hesitate to use them again. Mike on the day of the funeral, he was instrumental n everything running on timely basis. 
~ Patricia   P. - 9/23/2016
Everyone was professional but also compassionate. Everyone I dealt with were extremely attentive to my needs. Tzewei "T" Sung was very kind and understanding and helpful. 
~ Kathleen   P. - 9/20/2016
Very satisfied. Scott O'Marah- he was very sensitive to  how fragile my family and I were/listened carefully to our wishes and made excellent suggestions. 
~ Melinda   Anonymous - 9/14/2016

New Comer Funeral Home

Our funeral home opened in 1999. It includes two spacious chapels for funeral and memorial ceremonies, a large-well-lit parking area and convenient access to Highway 481 and I-81.

(315) 214-0400
705 North Main Street
North Syracuse, NY 13212
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Our Staff

Managing Funeral Director
Tzewei “T” Sung

Managing Funeral Director Tzewei “T” Sung has been a part of the Syracuse community since 1977. He chose funeral service as a profession to serve his community in a unique and special way, by helping families honor and celebrate the lives of their loved ones. Family is very important to T, and he enjoys spending time with his fiancée Kathy, their young son and Kathy’s daughter. T is a member of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Syracuse and a member of the Free & Accepted Masons Lodge 524 of Marcellus.

T and his staff consider it a privilege to be trusted by Syracuse families when a death of a loved one occurs, and are committed to providing compassionate, professional service to every family.